#11: Leading With Compassion with Cecille Heath
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In these uncertain times, our colleagues might need extra support. Our intentions might be good, yet sometimes managers fail to spot that people are asking for help – and the moment passes.
In this episode, Nina Sunday interviews Australian Leadership expert, Cecille Heath, (Sydney) who offers ways to help a leader avoid falling into the trap of being emotionally 'blind'. She refers to the Skill / Will matrix - high vs. low will and high vs. low skill.
Learn how to recognise when you need to have a deeper conversation and understand how to have more emotionally intelligent, compassionate and helpful interactions with those you are trying to support.
CECILLE HEATH B. App Sc (Computing), Grad. Dip. Corporate and Applied Finance (Securities Institute), Cert IV (TAE) Training and Assessment.
Former Principal of global consultancy, Rogen International, Cecille managed a team of trainers specializing in driving better business performance through persuasive communication skills and strategies. Cecille has delivered training and strategy sessions to a long list of top 500 clients.
Accreditations include The Predictive Index, Strength Deployment Inventory, NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) Louis Allen Worldwide Management System and Conflict Resolution (current).
About Nina Sunday CSP
In the Manage Self, Lead Others podcast, Nina Sunday speaks with key experts from across the globe who share their insights in self-leadership and leading others, highlighting emerging trends since COVID.
A Certified Virtual Presenter, Nina Sunday present virtually internationally on workplace culture, productivity and communication. Her book, ‘Workplace Wisdom for 9 to thrive; proven tactics and hacks to get ahead in today’s workplace’ is a selection of the C-Suite Book Club.
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